Sovereign funds set to boost bond and infrastructure exposure, Invesco finds

Only 22 percent of sovereign investors aim to increase their equity allocations over the next twelve months, and those that do will proceed cautiously, states Invesco’s annual Global Sovereign Asset Management Study.

Rod Ringrow, Head of Official Institutions at Invesco. | Photo: Invesco PR.

Some 43 percent of sovereign wealth fund managers aim to increase their fixed income allocations over the next twelve months, Invesco’s eighth annual Global Sovereign Asset Management Study finds.

Whilst 43 percent of sovereign fund managers also aim to increase their private equity and infrastructure exposure, 38 percent of them plan to do so in real estate.

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